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Fables on Subjects connected with Literature. Imitated from the Spanish of Tomas de Yriarte (1804) [Belfour]
Fables and Satires: with a Preface on the Esopean Fable (1809) [Boothby]
Fables and Other Pieces in Verse. With some Account of the Author in Letters to Robert Southey (1831) [Colling]
Fables Ancient and Modern; translated into Verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: with Original Poems (1700) [Dryden]
Fables (1727) [Gay]
Fables Ancient and Modern. Adapted for the use of Children (1805) [Godwin]
Fables for the Holy Alliance, Rhymes on the Road, &c., &c (1823) [Moore]
The Fables of Flora (1771) [Langhorne]
The Faerie Queene (1590, 1596) [Spenser]
Die Fahrten Thiodolfs des Islaenders: ein Ritterroman (1815) [Fouque]
“The Fair Isabel of Cotchele”, Quarterly Review (January 1816) [Scott]
The Fair Isabel of Cotehele, a Cornish Romance, in Six Cantos (1815) [Polwhele]
The Fair Penitent. A Tragedy (1703) [Rowe]
Fair Rosamond, or, the Days of King Henry II: an Historical Romance (1839) [Miller]
Fairburn's Genuine Edition of the Suppressed Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning: (printed verbatim from the original copy,) to which are added Mr. Canning's Letter to the Author; the Author's Reply, &c. &c. (1818) [Hobhouse]
Faire-Virtue, the Mistresse of Phil'arete. Written by Him-Selfe (1622) [Wither]
“The Fairy's Answer to Mrs. Greville”, A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes (1770) [Howard]
Fairy King (1800 ca.) [Hunt]
Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland (1825-1828) [Croker]
“Falconer’s Shipwreck”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
Falkland (1827) [Lytton]
The Fall of Robespierre. An Historic Drama (1794) [Coleridge]
The Fall of Cambria, a Poem (1808) [Cottle]
The Fall of Jerusalem: a Dramatic Poem (1820) [Milman]
Falstaff's Wedding: a Comedy. Being a Sequel to the Second Part of the Play of King Henry the Fourth. Written in imitation of Shakespeare ([1766]) [Kenrick]
Original Letters, &c. of Sir John Falstaff and his Friends; now first made public by a Gentleman, a Descendant of Dame Quickly, from Genuine Manuscripts (1796) [White]
Familiar Letters (1894) [Scott]
Familiar Epistles to Frederick J[one]s, Esq. On the Present State of the Irish Stage (1804) [Croker]
Familiarum colloquiorum formulae: et alia quaedam (1518) [Erasmus]
The Family Legend: a Tragedy (1810) [Baillie]
The Family Instructor. In Two Parts (1718) [Defoe]
The Family Expositor, or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes (1739-1740) [Doddridge]
The Famous Tragedy of the Rich Jew of Malta (1633) [Marlowe]
The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eight (1623) [Shakespeare]
“Fancy in Nubibus. A Sonnet, composed on the Sea Coast”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1819) [Coleridge]
“Fancy employed on Divine Subjects”, Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Lamb]
The Fancy: a Selection from the Poetical Remains of Peter Corcoran (1820) [Reynolds]
“Fancy's Party. A Fragment.”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
Fanny Hervey, or, the Mother's Choice (1849) [Stirling]
Le Fantôme (1901) [Bourget]
“A Farewell to Essay-writing”, London Weekly Review (29 March 1828) [Hazlitt]
“[Farewell to John Keats]”, The Indicator (20 September 1820) [Hunt]
“Farewell to Tobacco”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“A Farewell to England”, Kaleidoscope or Literary and Scientific Mirror (7 March 1820) [Ritchie]
“A Farewell”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“Farewell for Kemble”, The Sale Room (5 April 1817) [Scott]
“Fare thee well”, The Champion (April 1816) [Byron]
“The Farewell to a Lady”, Imitations and Translations from the ancient and modern Classics (1809) [Byron]
“Farewell! If ever fondest Prayer”, The Corsair: a Tale (1814) [Byron]
The Farmer's Boy: a Rural Poem in Four Books (1800) [Bloomfield]
“The Farmer of Tilsbury Vale”, The Morning Post (1800) [Wordsworth]
The Faro Table; or, the Guardians. A Comedy (1816) [Tobin]
The Fat Knight and the Petition; or, Cits in the Dumps! a Poem (1815) [Wolcot]
“The Fatal Sisters. An Ode”, Poems by Mr. Gray. A New Edition (1768) [Gray]
Fatal Curiosity: a true Tragedy of Three Acts (1737) [Lillo]
“Fatal Revenge; or, the Family of Montorio”, Quarterly Review (February 1810) [Scott]
The Fatal Marriage, or, the Innocent Adultery: a Play (October 1824) [Southerne]
Fatal Revenge; or, the Family of Montorio. A Romance (1807) [Maturin]
The Fate of Adelaide, a Swiss Romantic Tale; and other Poems (1821) [Landon]
The Father’s Revenge. A Tragedy (1783) [Howard]
The Fathers, or, the Good-natur'd Man: a Comedy (1778) [Fielding]
Faulkener: a Tragedy (1807) [Godwin]
Faust; a Drama, by Goethe: and Schiller's Song of the Bell. Translated by Lord F. L. Gower (1823) [Egerton]
Faust. Eine Tragödie (1808, 1832) [Goethe]
Faust; a Dramatic Poem translated into English Prose, with Remarks on former Translations, and Notes (1833) [Hayward]
“The Faustus of Goethe”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1820) [Anster]
“Faux—Memorable Days in America”, Quarterly Review (July 1823) [Barrow]
Le faux savant: comedie (1749) [Du Vaure]
Fazio, a Tragedy (1815) [Milman]
The Feast of the Poets, with Notes and other Pieces in Verse (1814) [Hunt]
The Feathered Tribes of the British Isles (1835) [Mudie]
“[Untitled Essay]”, Leigh Hunt's London Journal (21 January 1835) [Clarke]
“Fellow Creatures suffered to Die for Want”, The Examiner (1817) [Hunt]
“Fellowes's Body of Theology”, Critical Review (June 1808) [Parr]
Female Biography; or, Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of all Ages and Countries. Alphabetically arranged (1803) [Hays]
The Female Quixote; or, the Adventures of Arabella (1752) [Lennox]
The Female Reader; or Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose and Verse; selected from the best Writers, and disposed under proper Heads; for the Improvement of Young Women. By Mr. Cresswick, Teacher of Elocution. To which is prefixed a Preface, containing some Hints on Female Education (1789) [Wollstonecraft]
La Femme juge et partie, comédie (1669) [Montfleury]
Ferguson's Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Principles: with Notes and Supplementary Chapters (1811) [Brewster]
“Ferriar on Apparitions”, Quarterly Review (July 1813) [Rose]
Festus: a Poem (1839) [Bailey]
“The Fever Ship. From the Journal of Capt. Andrew Smith”, London Weekly Review (1828) [Redding]
“Field Flowers”, New Monthly Magazine (July 1826) [Campbell]
The Field of Waterloo: a Poem (1815) [Scott]
Fifteen Sermons preached at the Rolls Chapel (1726) [Butler]
“The Fifth Ode of Horace. Lib. I”, Poems, &c. upon several Occasions (1673) [Milton]
Fifty Years' Recollections: Literary and Personal, with Observations on Men and Things (1858) [Redding]
“The Fight”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1822) [Hazlitt]
Filippo (1783) [Alfieri]
El fin del inamoramento dorlando (1495) [Boiardo]
A Final Appeal to the Literary Public relative to Pope, in reply to certain Observations of Mr. Roscoe, in his edition of that Poet's works: to which are added some Remarks on Lord Byron's Conversations as far as they relate to the same Subject and the Author (1825) [Bowles]
Final Memorials of Charles Lamb: consisting chiefly of his Letters not before published, with Sketches of some of his Companions (1848) [Talfourd]
Fingal, an Ancient Epic Poem: in Six Books (1762) [Macpherson]
“Fire, Famine, and Slaughter. A War Eclogue”, Morning Post (8 January 1798) [Coleridge]
“The Fire-King”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Scott]
“The Fire-Worshippers”, Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance (1817) [Moore]
“Fireside Quatrains to Charles Lamb”, A New Year's Eve and other Poems (1828) [Barton]
A Fireside Book: or, the Account of a Christmas spent at Old Court (1828) [Tayler]
The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England: or a Commentarie upon Littleton (1628) [Coke]
First Exercises for Children in Light, Shade, and Colour, with numerous Illustrations (1840) [Cole]
The First Stroke of the Axe at the baleful Tree of False Knowledge, & its main Root severed; or, an Analysis, by Experiments and Natural Facts, of true Gravity, and its real Phenomena & Cause developed (1820) [Cormouls]
First Lines of the Practice of Physic, for the use of Students in the University of Edinburgh (1777) [Cullen]
First Love: a Comedy (1795) [Cumberland]
First Fruits of Australian Poetry (1819) [Field]
The First Canto of Ricciardetto: translated from the Italian of Forteguerri; with an Introduction (1822) [Glenbervie]
“First Fruits of Australian Poetry”, The Examiner (16, 17 January 1820) [Lamb]
The First Attempt; or, the Whim of a Moment (1807) [Morgan]
The First Ten Cantos of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri. Newly translated into English Verse (1813) [Parsons]
A First Letter to a Reformer, in reply to a Pamphlet lately published by Walter Fawkes, (late M.P. for the County of York,) entitled The Englishman's Manual (1817) [Sadler]
First Impressions, or, Trade in the West: a Comedy in Five Acts (1813) [Smith]
Thee First Fore Bookes of Virgil his Aeneis translated intoo English Heroical Verse by Richard Stanyhurst, wyth oother Poëtical Diuises theretoo annexed (1582) [Stanihurst]
The First Epistle of the Second Book of Horace imitated (1737) [Pope]
“The First Love”, Monthly Chronicle; a National Journal (January 1841) [Clarke]
“Fischer's Travels”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
Five Discourses containing certain Arguments for and against the Reception of Christianity by the antient Jews and Greeks (1796) [Ireland]
The Five Nights of St. Albans (1829) [Mudford]
“The Five Carlines”, Life of Robert Burns (1828) [Burns]
“Flaxman's Lectures on Sculpture”, Edinburgh Review (October 1829) [Hazlitt]
Fleetwood: or, the new Man of Feeling (1805) [Godwin]
Flights of Inflatus; or, the Sallies, Stories, and Adventures of a Wild-goose Philosopher. By the Author of The Trifler (1791) [Oliphant]
Flim-Flams! or, the Life and Errors of my Uncle, and the Amours of my Aunt! (1805) [D'Israeli]
“Flinders's A Voyage to Terra Australis”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Barrow]
Flirtation: a Novel (1827) [Bury]
The Flood of Thessaly, The Girl of Provence, and other Poems (1823) [Procter]
Flora domestica: or, the Portable Flower-garden: with Directions for the Treatment of Plants in Pots; and Illustrations from the Works of the Poets (1823) [Kent]
Florence Macarthy: an Irish Tale (1818) [Morgan]
Le Florentin, comédie en 1 acte et en vers (1818) [La Fontaine]
“The Florentine Lovers”, The Liberal (1822) [Hunt]
The Florist's Manual, or, Hints for the construction of a Gay Flower Garden (1816) [Jacson]
The Fly Fisher's Guide: illustrated by Coloured Plates representing upwards of forty of the most useful Flies, accurately copied from Nature (1816) [Bainbridge]
“Foliage, by Leigh Hunt”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Coleridge]
Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“Fonthill Abbey”, Literary Gazette (17 August-21 September 1822) [M'Quin]
The Fool of Quality, or, the History of Henry, Earl of Moreland (1767-1770) [Brooke]
“For Saint Cecilia's Day”, Literary Gazette (26 September 1818) [Procter]
“Forbes's Oriental Memoirs”, Quarterly Review (October 1814) [Southey]
“The Force of Prayer, or, The Founding of Bolton, a Tradition”, White Doe of Rylstone, or, the Fate of the Nortons, a Poem (1815) [Wordsworth]
The Force of Religion; or, vanquish’d Love. A poem. In Two Books (1714) [Young]
“Ford's Dramatic Works, by Weber”, Quarterly Review (December 1811) [Gifford]
Foreign and Domestic View of the Catholic Question (1828) [Knight]
Forest Scenes and Incidents, in the Wilds of North America: being a Diary of a Winter's Route from Halifax to the Canadas, and during four Months' Residence in the Woods on the Borders of Lakes Huron and Simcoe (1829) [Head]
Forest Life (1842) [Kirkland]
The Forest Minstrel; a Selection of Songs, adapted to the most favourite Scottish Airs. Few of them ever before published (1810) [Hogg]
The Forest Sanctuary: and other Poems (1825) [Hemans]
“The Forging of the Anchor”, Blackwood's Magazine (February 1832) [Ferguson]
The Fortunate Mistress: or, a History of the Life and vast variety of Fortunes of Mademoiselle de Beleau, afterwards call'd the Countess de Wintselsheim, in Germany. Being the Person known by the Name of the Lady Roxana, in the time of King Charles II (1724) [Defoe]
Fortune by Land and Sea; a Tragi-comedy (1845) [Field]
The Fortunes of Nigel (1822) [Scott]
The Forty Thieves: a grand romantic drama, in two acts ([1803?]) [Colman]
The Four Slaves of Cythera, a Romance, in Ten Cantos (1809) [Bland]
The Four Ages; together with Essays on Various Subjects (1798) [Jackson]
Four Sermons (1822) [Parr]
The Four Georges: Sketches of Manners, Morals, Court and Town Life (1861) [Thackeray]
Fourteen Sonnets, Elegiac and Descriptive, written during a Tour (1789) [Bowles]
“A Fragment”, Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“Fragment of a Prologue”, The Autobiography of William Jerdan, with his Literary, Political and Social Reminiscences and Correspondence during the last Fifty Years (1853) [Gifford]
“Fragment of an unfinished Poem”, Literary Gazette (9 January 1819) [Knowles]
A Fragment on the Irish Roman Catholic Church (1845) [Smith]
“Fragment Extempore. An Imitation”, Literary Gazette (7 August 1819) [Croly]
“Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Fragments of Voyages and Travels: including Anecdotes of a Naval Life: chiefly for the use of Young Persons (1831-1833) [Hall]
“Fragments of a Roman Tale”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Macaulay]
Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by a Young Lady, lately deceased. With some Account of her Life and Character (1808) [Smith]
“France: an Ode”, Morning Post (16 April 1798) [Coleridge]
“France, by Lady Morgan”, Quarterly Review (April 1817) [Croker]
France (1817) [Morgan]
France in 1829-30 (1829) [Morgan]
“Francesca of Rimini”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
Francesca Carrara (1834) [Landon]
Francesca da Rimini, tragedia (1818) [Pellico]
Francis the First. An Historical Drama (1832) [Kemble]
“Francis the First by Miss Kemble”, Quarterly Review (March 1832) [Milman]
Francisci Godwini primo Landavensis dein Herefordensis episcopi De praesulibus Angliae commentarius (1743) [Richardson]
“Frank”, Early Lessons (1801) [Edgeworth]
Frank Hayman; a Tale; written by John Taylor, Esquire, Author of Monsieur Tonson, and originally intended for recitation at the Haymarket Theatre, during the Lent Season (1798) [Taylor]
Frankenstein, or, the Modern Prometheus (1818) [Shelley]
“Franklin's Journey to the Polar Sea”, Quarterly Review (January 1823) [Barrow]
Frederick the Great, his Court and Times (1842-43) [Campbell]
Fredolfo: a Tragedy in Five Acts (1819) [Maturin]
A Free Translation of the Preface to Bellendenus, containing Animated Strictures on the Great Political Characters of the Present Time (1788) [Beloe]
Free Thoughts on Public Affairs: or Advice to a Patriot; in a Letter addressed to a Member of the Old Opposition (1806) [Hazlitt]
A Free Discussion of the Doctrines of Materialism, and Philosophical Necessity: in a Correspondence between Dr. Price and Dr. Priestly (1778) [Priestley]
Der Freischütz (1821) [Weber]
The French Revolution: a History (1837) [Carlyle]
On the French Revolution (1797) [Necker]
“French Revolution; conspiration de Babeuf”, Quarterly Review (April 1831) [Southey]
The French Cook; or, the Art of Cookery developed in all its various Branches (1813) [Ude]
“French and English Tragedy”, New Monthly Magazine (July-October 1821) [Wallace]
“The Friars of Dijon. A Tale”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1821) [Campbell]
The Friend: a Literary, Moral, and Political Weekly Paper, excluding personal and party Politics and the Events of the Day (1809-1810) [Coleridge]
The Friends: a Poem. In Four Books (1818) [Hodgson]
My Friends and Acquaintance: being Memorials, Mind-portraits, and Personal Recollections of Deceased Celebrities of the Nineteenth Century; with Selections from their Unpublished Letters (1854) [Patmore]
Friendship in Death: in Letters from the Dead to the Living: to which are added, Thoughts on Death (1725) [Rowe]
“Letters Moral and Entertaining”, Friendship in Death: in Letters from the Dead to the Living: to which are added, Letters Moral and Entertaining, in Prose and Verse (1736) [Rowe]
“Frogmore Fête, an Ode for Music”, Hair Powder; a Plaintive Epistle to Mr. Pitt: by Peter Pindar Esq. To which is added, Frogmore Fête, an Ode for Music, for the First of April (1795) [Wolcot]
Frogs (405 BC) [Aristophanes]
Froissart (1894) [Duclaux]
Froissart and his Times (1832) [St Leger]
“From the Arabic. An Imitation”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“From Messrs Lackington and Co”, Intercepted Letters: or, the Two Penny Post-bag. To which are added, Trifles reprinted (1813) [Moore]
“From the Countess Dowager of Cork”, Intercepted Letters: or, the Two Penny Post-bag. To which are added, Trifles reprinted (1813) [Moore]
“From the French”, Morning Chronicle (15 March 1816) [Byron]
“From the French”, The Liberal (1823) [Byron]
“From the Portuguese”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
The Frozen Deep. A Drama. In Three Acts (1866) [Collins]
The Fruits of Experience: or Memoir of Joseph Brasbridge, written in his 80th year (1824) [Brasbridge]
“The Fudge Family in Paris”, Yellow Dwarf (25 April 1818) [Hazlitt]
The Fudge Family in Paris (1818) [Moore]
Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“The Funeral”, Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
“A Funeral Song for the Princess Charlotte”, Annual Register of the Year 1827 (1828) [Southey]
Fust von Stromberg. Ein Schauspiel in fünf Aufzügen (1782) [Maier]